Yankees manager accused of stealing jersey sign “Nothing against the rules”

Aaron Boone, manager of the New York Yankees, said in response to Aaron Judge’s sign-stealing controversy, “Nothing is against the rules.”

American media ESPN reported on the 17th메이저놀이터 (Korean time), “Director Boone has been in contact with MLB and there will be no investigation of any kind as what happened last night did not violate the rules.”

The New York Yankees won 7-4 in an away game against the Toronto Blue Jays held at Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 16th. Judge hit a solo home run in the top of the 8th inning when the Yankees were leading 6-0. Right before he hit the home run, the scene of Judge watching the Yankees dugout out of the corner of his eye without turning his face was exposed on the relay screen. Local broadcasters raised suspicions that they had received Toronto’s autograph from the dugout.

After the game, Judge explained, “It bothered me because my teammates were constantly talking. I was trying to see who was making noise in the dugout.” However, Toronto coach John Schneider did not understand Judge’s explanation, saying, “Judge is a really good hitter who won MVP last year,” and “It was a little funny to worry about the dugout while he was at bat.”

Judge said ahead of the game on the 17th, “I have a few options to say about the controversy, but I won’t put it on the record.”

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